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My Aliases used on a daily basis

Posted 06-30-2016 at 01:57 PM by lazydog

Here is a list of Aliases I use on a daily basis, some more then others. For machines I do not have a home directory I carry a small usb stick that I then source them from.

For systems I have a home directory on I source them from bashrc as follows:

Code:
# Common Aliases
if [ -e ~/.alias ]; then
         source ~/.alias
fi
Alias List:
Code:
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Installing Ubuntu 16.04 on a Dell Inspiron 14

Posted 11-03-2016 at 05:40 AM by trevorparsons

tl;dr version: To get Ubuntu installed on the Inspiron 14 with the Realtek wifi working, leave the machine's setup as it is by default (UEFI boot mode, Secure Boot enabled), run the Ubuntu installer, connect to wifi when that's offered, but don't accept the option to install third-party drivers for graphics and wireless.

The longer version....

This evening it took me three attempts to get Ubuntu 16.04 installed onto my friend Dave's Dell Inspiron 14-3452.
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Installing a software in LINUX

Posted 12-05-2009 at 11:00 AM by raju.mopidevi
Updated 12-05-2009 at 08:10 PM by raju.mopidevi

One of the most difficult things to get used to in the Linux world is installing new software packages. In the world of Windows, every program comes with a Setup.exe program that asks you some very easy questions and takes care of the job for you. While Linux software can be almost that easy to install, you will sometimes find software that seems to fight every step of the way. I can't cover all the problems you might run into, but I'll try to give you the basics and a few pointers to help get you...
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Solved: "mount error: could not resolve address for <hostname>. No address associated with hostname"

Posted 01-05-2011 at 06:19 PM by the dsc (linux-related notes)
Updated 01-05-2011 at 06:24 PM by the dsc

This error may happen when trying to mount a cifs/smbfs share, be it either via fstab or command line. Most people seem to either not have the problem or circumvent it by using static IPs instead of hostnames, which will work only as long as the IPs don't change. Funnily enough, it seems that for some people the problem is exactly the other way around, IPs won't work, only the hostname. Weird. This is also kind of funny/infuriating as the share will be readily accessible via konqueror, and perhaps...
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Multiple flavours of Linux- what to opt for?

Posted 09-23-2012 at 04:26 PM by leosubhadeep

I must admit, I am so confused!

Say you are a kid (you always were a kid once! ) and go to a mall with parents for shopping. You see an icecream parlour in there, and couldn't resist running towards it. Your dad gives you moderate warning about being ill but you barely care. So you go, and see there's a season offer: pick up any flavour of icecream, without any cost.

Now, you love chocolates also. So chances are there you go for a chocolate flavour. Then again, you...
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